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Cincinnati Children's Hospital CEO Michael Fisher
Michael Fisher
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    20 year employee

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    Current Employee - Clinical Research Coordinator  in  Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Clinical Research Coordinator in Cincinnati, OH

    I have been working at Cincinnati Children's Hospital full-time for more than 10 years


    World renowned pediatric facility. Innovative and dedicated to patient care. Great pride in being an employee of such a top notch pediatric facility. Great things have come from this institution.


    Has begun to feel like big corporation not care facility. No career ladders. You are most likely to become stuck in a certain role or at a certain level regardless of gaining further education or additional skills you have. Recent cut to pension plan means loss of about 1/4 of our anticipated pension, which is a devastating blow. Cannot get out of certain positions or move beyond certain levels. Pay raises are minimal no matter how good your evaluation is. Work life balance is not there for those that are not in exempt roles, even if your job meets the requirements.

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    Seems management is there to ensure that everything runs smoothly for those above them regardless to impact of those they oversee. Little or no help with advancement. You aren't wanted to advance in the lower levels, they want you to stay in your position and fill the seat, so they don't or won't allow advancement or often even lateral moves because they don't want to train someone for your job. Certain jobs are let know they are quite dispensable and easily replaced. Would love to see a level or appreciation and support for advancing those that are non-exempt instead of cementing them to a job or a level.

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